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Bigelow woman sentenced in multiple drug-related cases

WORTHINGTON -- A Bigelow woman appeared on four criminal cases and 10 criminal charges Wednesday in Nobles County District Court. Rose Kallemeyn, 25, received a stay of adjudication on two drug-related cases after she pleaded guilty to causing or...

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WORTHINGTON - A Bigelow woman appeared on four criminal cases and 10 criminal charges Wednesday in Nobles County District Court.

Rose Kallemeyn, 25, received a stay of adjudication on two drug-related cases after she pleaded guilty to causing or permitting a child or vulnerable adult to ingest, inhale or be exposed to methamphetamine, a felony; and felony fifth-degree possession of drugs. Kallemeyn can avoid a conviction if she complies with the terms of probation, which is not to exceed five years and includes treatment court.  

As part of the agreement, an entire case and a total of five charges were dismissed. She was also required to pay $800 in fines and additional fees.

Kallemeyn was also sentenced to 91 days imprisonment on a case filed in 2015 after she was reportedly found asleep during her shift at a 24-hour awake habilitative group home. She pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal neglect of a vulnerable adult, a gross misdemeanor, after she was reportedly found sleeping in a bed of the one of the residents for whom she was responsible for providing care.

With 92 days custody credit, she has already fulfilled that sentence.

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